Nevada Board of Wildlife Commissioners is responsible for establishing broad policy, setting annual and permanent regulations, reviewing budgets, and receiving input on wildlife and boating matters from entities such as the 17 county advisory boards to manage wildlife.
Members of the public are always welcome to submit letters or attend Wildlife Commission meetings. These meetings are held about nine times a year in different locations throughout the state. Although members of the public need to request an agenda item 60 days before a scheduled meeting for a substantive discussion, open public comment periods are available at least twice during Wildlife Commission meetings.
Persons wishing to speak on items not on the agenda should complete a speaker's card and present it to the recording secretary. No action may be taken by the Commission. Any item requiring further action will be scheduled on a future Commission agenda.
In addition to the main Board of Wildlife Commission meetings listed below, there are several committees of the Board which meet to discuss specific wildlife related issues.